About your Search

20130101
20130131
Search Results 0 to 2 of about 3
than 100 of his officers left the department frustrated over decreasing pay and benefits. chief moore sat down for his only tv interview with damian trujillo. he has more on the conversation with the chief today. damian? >> reporter: diane, melancholy is how the chief says he's feeling tonight. he's proud of his 30 years of service and he has advice for the person who is going to replace him in this troubled department. >> you don't make it easy. >> reporter: he's been saying go good-bye all week, farewell to his buddies who strapped on the gun and badge with him. >> you were part of something pretty special. >> reporter: he defended the ranks on the force, was able to make peace with the community who accused of racial profiling before he took the top job. but moore couldn't keep his officers from leaving. more than 100 veterans resigned frustrated over pay, benefits, and what some called a leadership voice. a chief who wasn't visible. moore's advice to the acting chief, today? >> make himself available to the rank and file. he should as should any chief. the challenge for him is now
moore to see if he might be able to stay longer to fill the void now that the search is starting over. he told me it is not likely. he hadn't spoken to the city manager about that. however, i did see chief moore walking out of city hall earlier today. st. louis i'm damian trujillo, bay area news. >> thanks for the update. dangerously cold. a live look over san jose where a winter blast is sinking the mercury toward freeding. it's not just the south bay. a live look at a key california artery shut down at this hour. look at the backup. this is i-5. it's closed in the grapevine area because of snow. chief meteorologist jeff ranieri is here to tell us where there were freeze warnings and frost advisories. >> we warned you yesterday about this cold and this is kind of the first phase. it's going to get worse as we head throughout the next 24 to 36 hours. some windchys. winds five to ten miles per hour helping it feel like 39 in napa, 44 in livermore and 42 in san jose. whereby the cold test" its be in the north bay, east bay and the south bay. we'll have prolonged temperatures below 30 de
of coffee. >> reporter: cpa daniel moore has been telling his clients to get ready. >> because you make $100,000 a year as a w-2 wage, your taxes, all things being equal, are going up by $2,000 each year. >> reporter: and that's just on the federal level. the state of california spent more than it earned and we'll be on the hook this year with higher taxes. >> probably an average person will pay the state of california $1,000 to $1,500 a year by the time they pay additional taxes and income taxes based on earnings. >> reporter: we avoided the cliff but more of our money will still roll away in 2013. now a bit of good news for individuals when it comes to taxes. the capital-gains tax, that's the rate you're taxed when you sell stock or your house stays lower because of the recent deal which makes it a little less expensive to buy and sell investments like stock. jessica? >> okay, thank you, scott. now the fiscal cliff deal led to a very big sign on wall street. happy to save money on the capital-gains taxes scott talked about sent the dow up more than 300 points. the nasdaq led by apple and g
Search Results 0 to 2 of about 3